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Bordwell, David
The cinema of Eisenstein : with a new preface by the author / David Bordwell
New York : Routledge, c2005
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Subject Eisenstein, Sergei, 1898-1948 -- Criticism and interpretation
Subject(s) Silent films -- Soviet Union -- History and criticism
Physical Description viii, 316 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [283]-309) and index
Includes filmography (p. [279]-281)
Partial Contents A life in cinema. The silent films ; Europe, Hollywood, and Mexico ; Projects and problems ; Triumph and decline -- Monumental heroics: the silent films. Toward plotless cinema ; Strike ; Potemkin ; October ; Old and new ; A note on version's of Eisenstein's silent films -- Seizing the specator: film theory in the silent era. Agitation as excitation ; Montage in theatre and film ; Film language and intellectual cinema ; Film form as dialectics ; The eclectic modernist -- Practical aesthetics: pedagogy. Assaulting the eye -- Cinema as synthesis: film theory, 1930-1948. From agitprop formalism to socialist realism ; Conceptions of psychological activity ; Film form: organic unity ; Montage: the musical analogy revisited ; Pathos and ecstasy ; A mature poetics -- History and tragedy: the late films. Alexander Nevsky ; Ivan the Terrible -- The making and remaking of Se[r]gei Eisenstein

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